The Basque Centre for Cooperative Research in Biomaterials, CIC biomaGUNE, has celebrated its 10th anniversary with a ceremony at which it wanted to highlight its positioning as a benchmark institution in biomaterials research. Throughout the 10 years of its existence, this centre has received more than 260 researchers, who have published more than 700 articles.
The event was attended by the Basque Government Minister for Economic Development and Infrastructures, Arantxa Tapia, who emphasized how, 10 years ago, “there were not sufficient scientific capabilities in biosciences and, therefore, the decision was taken to create this centre to begin work in this field” in which, currently, the Basque Country has “proven scientific and technological capabilities”.
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